Conducting Post Hoc Analyses Using Clinical Trial Data
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Professional Development and Education, Research, 2022
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Clinical trials are resource-intensive exercises that provide valuable information to guide the approach to clinical care. Although uncommon in critical care, the amount of data and knowledge generated from clinical trials may extend far beyond the initial aims. This webcast provides an overview of post hoc analyses using clinical trial data. Topics include:

Prespecified versus newly generated analyses
Using stored specimens for additional testing
Limitations of using clinical trial data in the post hoc setting
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Content Type Webcast
Knowledge Area Professional Development and Education
Knowledge Area Research
Knowledge Level Intermediate
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Professional
Membership Level Select
Tag Professional Development
Tag Clinical Research Design
Year 2022
post-hoc analyses
clinical trial data
Iceman tool
subgroup effects
multiple testing


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